May 12 - Best Services International Freight (BSI) has assisted the United Nations by handling the transport of 52 vehicles and 45 containers from China to Lebanon.
The consignment, which had a total volume of 5,017 cu m, was transported from an army base in Luzhou to Shanghai by barge, before being loaded onto a breakbulk vessel bound for Beirut.
BSI is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) in Hong Kong.
BLG and Hyundai Glovis have formed a joint venture at the AutoTerminal in Bremerhaven, Germany.
The European Leaders’ Summit took place earlier this week in Esbjerg, Denmark, where European leaders declared a goal of increasing the offshore wind capacity in the North Sea to at least 150 GW by 2050.
The governor of Massachusetts (USA), Charlie Baker, has committed USD100 million in funds to support the development of offshore wind ports in Salem, New Bedford and Somerset.
Chinese shipyard CIMC Raffles delivered the first of two newbuilds to Wallenius SOL. Ro-ro vessel Botnia Enabler is now sailing under the Swedish flag.
The Netherlands-based Econowind and Vertom will install wind-assist VentoFoil units aboard the general cargo vessels Progress and Perfect by the end of 2022.
Pinnacle Logistics Solutions has expanded its offering with a terminal in Port Weller, Ontario, Canada.
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